Current on CBC has an interesting ongoing feature this year, which focuses on centenarians in Canada. The program 100@100 aims to speak to 100 Canadians over 100 years old in 2011. The program seems to have slowed down for the summer, but the Current has managed to speak with 29 centenarians so far. So unless the pace picks up greatly I'm not entirely sure the goal of recording 100 centenarians will be met.
I was initially drawn to this program as it allows people from all walks of life participate in oral history. The program also presents the memories and stories of the participants in a manner that is reminiscent of a Grandparent sharing experience. It also emphasizes the importance of recording personal and family histories before all memories are lost. Overall, its a great program if your interested in Canada's oral history.